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Azusa Now Aims for Healing and Racial Reconciliation

Azusa Now Aims for Healing and Racial Reconciliation

Racial Barriers Broken Down as Ethnic Communities Come Together Azusa Now is a stadium-sized prayer gathering in which many diverse ethnic communities will come together en mass to worship and celebrate the unifying power of Jesus Christ at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum on April 9, 2016. As the collaborative effort continues to spread across […]

Azusa Now 2016 Sets the Stage for Historic Gathering with Major Gains in Momentum and Support

Azusa Now 2016 Sets the Stage for Historic Gathering with Major Gains in Momentum and Support

10th Annual Simi Community Christmas brings you ‘THE GIFT” of Christmas.

10th Annual Simi Community Christmas brings you ‘THE GIFT” of Christmas.

Celebrate THE GIFT of the birth of the Christ Child with hundreds of magnificent nativities from around the world in artistic settings and with “live” Christmas music at the 10th Annual Interfaith Simi Community Christmas and International Créche Display & Musical Performances beginning December 3rd through Dec 6th, 2015, from 5:00pm to 9:00 pm each […]

No Freedom For Pastor Saeed Abedini on Fourth of July

No Freedom For Pastor Saeed Abedini on Fourth of July

Editor’s Note: This remarkable “freedom letter” was released to the Church in the United States (from an Iranian prison holding an American citizen imprisoned for more than 1,000 days) prior to Pastor Saeed Abedini’s 35th birthday on May 7th which coincided with the National Day of Prayer. “Remember my chains in your freedom and chain […]

Brown signs vax bill, drawing lawsuit vow

Brown signs vax bill, drawing lawsuit vow

By James Poulos ‘ As Gov. Jerry Brown signed a tough new vaccination bill into law, its vociferous opponents — who had fought the measure tooth and nail — vowed to sue the state and rally voters against it. Senate Bill 277 “requires almost all California schoolchildren to be fully vaccinated in order to attend public or private school, […]

Find Your Brave

Find Your Brave

By Brynne Betz He looked sad. But I didn’t focus on that, I looked past that, to a place he thought he hid, didn’t know he wore. And there, I saw his dream. His oldest dream, the one that kept him up at night, that kept him feeling guilty because he held it like a […]

Let Nature Speak

Let Nature Speak

By Brynne Betz She let nature speak. And without voice or word, nurse she listened. She let nature unravel the complicated parts. She let nature soothe. She let nature till And weed And sow The garden of her soul. * * * There it was A dark brown spot of dirt. If you walked too […]

Forsaken Dreams

Forsaken Dreams

Bean Patch Politics

Bean Patch Politics

Faith, Politics Pastor Rob McCoy with Linda Johnston, M.D. (McCoy is now running for CA AD-44 in Ventura County) originally published on CJ April 10, 2013 What Has Happened to America? Lately I have been reflecting a lot on the story of a grandfather who was walking on the beach with his grandson. They saw […]

A History Lesson on Transforming the Culture

A History Lesson on Transforming the Culture

Guest Editorial By Dr. Ted Baehr Christian leaders gather often to honor the prominent names and significant achievements of their peers. At one such event, troche several people stood up to commend a boycott, years ago that had to do with Brandon Tartikoff, when he was president of NBC and later chairman of Paramount Pictures.  […]

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